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Henry Levi Military Instructor c. 1900 Photo
Posted by: Betty Ramsey (ID *****1932) Date: April 07, 2002 at 12:04:29
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Recently I received a package of old photos that were my grandmother's. One had on the back "Henry Levi Military Instructor at Pr--ston College". Then beneath that erased, but still partially visible is " Salary 6--.50 per month".
I suspect it was sent to my grandmother by a young woman who probably had known her at French Camp Academy. Letters from this friend told of social affairs and of her many beaus and of a Mardi Gras ball in Natchez.
Does anyone have a connection to this handsome young man? I will be glad to share a copy of the picture or email one.

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